Weaponized Weather

HAARP

So, how is the weather outside? Is it obvious, with all the floods, hurricanes and earthquakes popping all over the states? Is this global warning? This summer is the coolest. On occasionally we have a few heat waves on the west and fires burning in the wooded area.  Is this the way the world going to end? Like this? Or are having weaponized weather. Scary.

What is weaponized weather?

During the Vietnam war in 1967 and 1968 ’s, the United States used weather warfare, it was called Operation Popeye, awkward name for the military operation.  They seed the clouds over the Ho Chi Minh Trail, increasing rainfall by an estimated thirty percent, to reduce the rate of infiltration down the trail. Causing the troops to catch cold and flu and make them die on site.

Chemical Trails

Chemical trails are when airlines leave a trail of smoke behind and people on earth are scared that was government or military were mixing it in the clouds, to make it rain or caused a disruptive in the clouds to make a storm or even better – floods.  But they were clouds.

But now we have all those crazy storms coming over the United States. Where are these storms coming from? Since we have fires on the western part of the United States, I am thinking but don’t get me wrong. It’s a theory. Maybe they are seeding the clouds to prevent fires? And since, the clouds were seeded, major storms started to spread, like flooding and hail storms. Just a theory. I could be wrong or right.

HAARP

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, better known as HAARP, the “f” is silent. This is another tool in the government where they like to mess with the weather.

They do ionospheric research program jointly funded by the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Navy, the University of Alaska, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

It was designed and built by BAE Advanced Technologies (BAEAT), its purpose is to analyze the ionosphere and investigate the potential for developing ionospheric enhancement technology for radio communications and surveillance. The HAARP program operates a major sub-arctic facility, named the HAARP Research Station, on an Air Force–owned site near Gakona, Alaska and other corners of the earth.

Well for one thing, it’s not a musical instrument that one’s play. It’s an instrument that changes pressure system and jet stream globally, creating unpredictable weather events and it create earthquakes and possible weather anytime they want. Scary?

Sources from different sites are saying, the storms we had in the past were created by HAARP with major catastrophe events. The Japan Quake in 2011, Hurricane Sandy over the New Jersey Shore 2012 and possible the Hurricane Katrina 2005.

NASA researchers say they have found a close link between “Electrical Disturbances On The Edge Of Our Atmosphere”(HAARP do the exact same thing to our atmosphere) and impending quakes on the ground below and possible sky quakes too.

And do you know what attracts these energy sources on earth – UFO sightings. Is that possible? Aliens visiting us and wanted to have a cup of tea with us?

My conclusion, on this weaponized weather is I don’t if this is true. I saw it on TV last week on the Syfy network. It was an interesting topic of how our weather got created. These are my views and thoughts and other sources that I have read and put together for you to read.  Read for your entertainment. 

Boo!! Halloween!

So Halloween is approaching soon so what are you going to wear? The biggest surprise of this year would be Big Bird? Why would anyone want to be dress like Big Bird, even though Mitt Romney said something like cutting funding for PBS, and Big Bird is the main CEO of Sesame Street?  Big Bird did get a lot tweets.  Did you get it? Tweets and Big Bird. They are both birds related.

Halloween costume is out of the question.  I would not be wearing it. I am five foot four inches and Big Bird is 7 to 8 feet tall. If I dressed like Big Bird, it will be mini version of Big Bird more like the mini-me-big-bird.

Whenever a scary movie comes to town, people will want to see it and people don’t get scared of the movie. You know why, people already seen the trailer of the movie and sometime it will give away the scary part of the movie.  Why don’t they cut the trailer to 15 seconds instead of 2 minutes? Make it less scare for people want to come to the movies and watch the whole movie at the movie theater.  Now where did my popcorn go? Oh there it is, it was floating in front of me. I disappear like the road runner on steroids – or was it Lance Armstrong on a unicycle.

For me, the true scary movies are good to get people scared, but the scariest part is the researched and interviews of the people who witness these paranormal activities – that’s the scariest of them all.  If you were watching Paranormal Witness in the fall of 2012 (second season) and School Spirits (first season) during the summer of 2012 on the Syfy network, these two shows will give what you want to get your scare on.  I like School Spirits, because they tell true tales of universities across the United States that are haunted with ghost and for the Paranormal Witness eyewitness stories of terrify ghost stories. It so much better than watching Paranormal Activities franchise film, they would either stretch the film to ninety minutes to two hours.

So this Halloween, when children come to your door and ring your door bell don’t scare them and grab their candy. I did that last year and I was recycling it. I would scared one group and collected their candy and when the next groups come I would give the first group candy to the second group. I save a lot of money for not buying any candy.

So be safe this Halloween, don’t egged or throw toilet paper on the wrong house – get the address right first.

Don Baker’s Rain Man

A man materializes streams of water out of thin air and defies gravity in front of nine witnesses.

February 24, 1983. The funeral of James Kishaugh. Kishaugh’s grandson, 21-year-old Don Decker ofStroudsburg,Pennsylvania, was granted a furlough from the county jail to attend the funeral. Don was serving a 4- to 12-month sentence for receiving stolen property. But no one at the funeral knew he had a dark secret. Don’s grandfather, the man he pretended to mourn, had physically abused him from the time he was just 7-years-old:

“No other part of the family knew anything about what happened, and it was like good fighting evil. The evil was gone and I was hoping, you know, that everything would change.”

Well, things did change, but not in a way Don Decker could ever have imagined. After the funeral, he decided to spend the night with his friends, Bob and Jeannie Keiffer. And that’s when the unexplained began to happen.  It was at the Keiffer’s home that all the uneasy feelings stirred up at the funeral came back to haunt Don. Suddenly he felt a deep chill. At almost the same time, water began to drip from the living room walls as Don says he fell into a strange, trance-like state.  The Keiffers notified the landlord, Ron Van Why. When Ron arrived, he was just as puzzled by the problem as the Keiffers:

“We’d decided maybe it was the plumbing, but there were no pipes in the front end of the house to leak. There was basically nothing there that the water could have come from.” 
After watching it for a while, I discovered that it wasn’t only coming from the ceiling down. It could come from the wall over or from the floor up. There was no basic direction that it was coming from. It could come from anywhere.”

Ron telephoned his wife, Romayne, and the police. Patrolman Richard Wolbert arrived at the scene:

“At this point he was telling me, ‘I just want you to walk into the house.’ I said ‘I’m not walking into the house unless you explain to me what I’m walking into.’  He says, ‘Trust me, trust me, just walk into the house.’ I walked in the door and he came right in behind me. And I couldn’t get two steps inside the door and I was absolutely pelted.

Officer Wolbert said that not only was it raining inside, but that the water drops defied physics:

“We were standing just inside the front door and met this droplet of water traveling horizontally. It passed between us and just traveled out into the next room.”

John Baujan was another officer at the house that night:

“I literally had a chill going up my spine, made the hair stand up on your neck. That’s how I felt. This was a situation where things were happening that I never, ever dreamed could possibly happen. And there was no way of explaining what was going on.”

At this point, the officers left to report the incident to the police chief. The Keiffers and Don walked across the street for something to eat.  Ron Van Why and his wife remained at the house:

“They left, and everything else left, too. The rain stopped. The house was normal. We were kind of thinking that maybe it was coming from them, and we weren’t sure, at that time which one.”

Pam Scrofano, who owned the restaurant across from the Keiffers’ house, had visited them earlier that day and had seen the rain firsthand. Pam was convinced Don Decker, sitting in her restaurant with the Keiffers, was possessed by an evil spirit:

“You looked at Donny and he was like in a trance. He would look at you, but not knowing you were there. I said to Jeannie, ‘He’s got to be possessed.’  We’re sitting there. Couple of seconds later, there’s water all over the pizzeria, too. I’ve never seen anything like that happen. I went in the cash register, I had a crucifix there, I took it out, put it on him. And the minute I put it on him and it touched his skin, he got burned. There’s no way that anybody could have played a joke like that. This was real. Donny was doing it himself. He was doing it without realizing he was doing it.

Even Don Decker began to believe that he was somehow responsible. The rain in the restaurant was the last straw:

“That made me more sure that I had something to do with it because it was following me. And it didn’t start raining in the house until I got there. They were living there and nothing ever happened. And that’s when I started realizing that it was me.”

Back at the Keiffers’ house, Romayne, the landlord’s wife, confronted Don, accusing him of somehow causing all the trouble. Don Decker recalled:

“The pots and pans over the stove started rattling. That’s when I got levitated off the floor. I was just like floating. Then it was like a push. It wasn’t like somebody taking their hand and pushing me. It was like feeling it all over your body at once. I’m a big guy, you know, I’ve always been assertive, and that made me felt like a newborn. You know, I’m scared right now just talking about it, really.”

A few hours after the strange incident in the kitchen, Officers Baujan and Wolbert arrived with their chief. Officer Baujan describes what happened:

“When the chief got to the house, he was pelted with water just as Rich and I were. I got the impression that he was put on the spot, maybe a little bit embarrassed, like we expected something out of him that he could answer. There was no way to explain what happened. I think he was put in a position where he might have felt a little uncomfortable.”

The police chief announced that the problem was a plumbing issue and ordered his officers to leave the Keiffer house. Officer Baujan said they were told not to file a report and not to even talk about the incident:

“Well, he just flat out denied it; it didn’t happen. And he tried to convince me that nothing happened. And he wasn’t going to do that. I saw it. And that’s all there is to it.”

The next day, three officers ignored the orders of the police chief. They went to the Keiffer home to continue their investigation. One of the officers was Bill Davies:

“We’re standing there and I gave Mr. Decker this gold cross to hold. Next thing he says, ‘It’s burning my hands.’ And there’s no explanation for it. When you picked it up, when you grabbed it, it’s not hot-hot, but it’s hot and I held onto it.”

Don also once again levitated off the floor. Lt. John Rundle said he witnessed it:

“All of a sudden, he lifted up off the ground and he flew across the room with the force as though a bus had hit him. There were three claw marks on the side of his neck, which drew blood. I have no answer for it whatsoever. And, I just draw a blank, even today.”

Officer Bill Davies was also at a loss:

“I’ve been a cop 40 years and I’ve never seen anything like this, never. There’s always an explanation when something happens.  If you gotta investigate, you come up with something. This is why it happened. For this case, there is no explanation.”

Finally, on the third night, Ron Van Why asked a preacher to come to the house and try an exorcism. Every Protestant minister and Catholic priest in Stroudsburg had turned Ron down.  Ron Van Why:

“As she started to pray, Donny went into a convulsion. He started to shake. He pulled himself up into like a ball and the longer she prayed, he started to relax, then.”

Romayne Van Why said she felt a change in the house:

“His whole body seemed to quiet completely down, and as you’re standing there watching this, you could feel the house itself seemed to take on a total different feeling.”

Ron Van Why:

“And by the time she got done praying, the water was gone.  And that was the last that we saw any water at the house at all.”

The mysterious rain was gone and Don Decker appeared to return to his old self.  But the change was only temporary. After his furlough, Don returned to jail. Within a few days, the mysterious rain returned, this time, in the jail:

“They put me in a maximum security cell. I was in there with another inmate. And I was thinking I should make it rain in here. And all of a sudden, water started coming out of the concrete floor, and at that point, I thought, ‘I can do stuff.’”

According to Don, he now realized he could control the rain, at will. A skeptical guard challenged him to make it rain in Warden Dave Keenhold’s office. Warden Keenhold recalled:

“I was sitting at the desk, writing a report. I was all by myself in the administration area. Nobody else was around. It was approximately 8:00 in the evening. At the time, I didn’t feel anything, but my shirt was drooping down.”

An officer entered and told Warden Keenhold to look at his shirt:

“And right about the center of my sternum, about four inches long, two inches wide, I was just saturated with water. I was startled. I was scared. The officer was frightened at that particular time, and I just didn’t have an explanation why it happened.”

The Warden called in the Rev. William Blackburn:

“All of a sudden, I received this frantic call from a sergeant in the jail. And he said, ‘Can you come over? We need you. We need your help.’ So he brought this very meek and mild-mannered young man into the room. And he was asking for my help.”

Don told the Reverend that he could make it rain and that crosses placed on his body burned. According to the Reverend Blackburn, he told Don to admit that he was just making things up, then:

“All of a sudden his demeanor changed and this smell came into the room. Nurses and doctors, medical people, say when you walk into a room where someone is dying with a cancer or something, usually there’s a smell. You can tell when you walk in the room. I smelled a smell like that multiplied five times at least. Evil, foreboding. He raised his hand and rubbed his fingers together. And all of a sudden, it started to rain. It was like the devil’s rain. It was a mist. I was in the presence of evil. I opened up the Bible and started to read to him. But the pages never got wet. So help me, it was a frightening thing. 
I think I was praying more for me than him. I prayed, and it was only a brief period, and the rain stopped.”

Rev. Blackburn said he noticed a sudden change in Don as well:

“He subsided and you could feel a peace. He said thank you. He got tears in his eyes. We hugged and prayed together. He was possessed. There was no doubt in my mind. There’s no way a human could do what he did in that room. There’s no way that he did anything, but what he did was spiritual, and it wasn’t of God. Guaranteed, it was not of God.”

Don Decker said that he feels like the bizarre occurrences won’t happen again:

“Well it’s over. It hasn’t happened again. Basically, I’m just hoping that it never will, and I just, you know, go day by day. And as for my grandfather, I think what had happened was his doing. Because he abused me when I was young, he got a chance to abuse me again.”

Chip Decker, no relation to Don, and Peter Jordan are the main paranormal researchers on this case. Chip was impressed with the eye-witness accounts:

“I think what makes this case very unique is that all of the witnesses are so credible. We’re dealing with very good, well-seasoned police officers that were obviously rather frightened and shaken by this, but also had the powers of observation.”

Peter Jordan:

“The Donald Decker case is by far the singularly most fascinating and important case I have ever personally been involved in. That does not mean I believe that it necessarily is proof positive to me of demonic infestation. But it is the case, in my own personal experience up to this point, that comes the closest to that hypothesis.”

In all, nine eyewitnesses, plus Don himself, were willing to go on record saying they saw, heard, and felt phenomena apparently not of this world. And they continue to believe Don was possessed by the devil. They have found no other explanation for the bizarre events.

Don Baker Rain Man http://www.unsolved-mystery.com/1039/

Hurricane Irene Bad Girl

Hurricane Irene was a bad girl and did she dodge the bullet? No. People lost their lives in the storm. An 11-year-old Virginia’s boy crushed when a tree fell on his home, which was devastating. People losing power in Virginia and North Carolina, luckily my house had power, and the trees are in the back yard were still standing. And some people bought generators for they could watch the porn channel instead of news marathon. Then my power was out, and I missed it, for a couple of hours. The dark is no fun. I did not know my house was haunted. I saw a couple of ghosts in my house, and it was chasing me – it was my parents dressed up ghost in flower printed bed sheets.

What can we learn from past Hurricanes? Stay off the roads, when we get floods and there’s a gushing wave of water coming down the streets, and we think we can out run it by running or driving away fast in our vehicles, there is no chance we can survive. A gushing of water is faster than us, and it can flood the streets. Forget about the milk from the store or the sugar we need across the street. Stay safe.

And there’s no chance when the water level is down, and we can see our car, and we think it can start. It’s flooded. Literally, it’s flooded and the costly repair bill. Uh –Oh!  Better get Maaco.

This is my pet peeve. Why do people go out surfing when there’s hurricane coming, and the waves are big? I can’t go to Hawaii and catch the big waves there; my local beaches have waves too – well not that big. I rather see a giant mega shark jumping out of the ocean and swallow one of the swimmers. Sorry I was watching the Syfy network. I got tired watching the local news marathon. Debbie Gibson and Tiffany battled it out which sea creatures are better – Only in My dreams!

The news reporters, I like the way they tell us what happened in real time, there’s was one reporter on my local channel on  WAVY TV -10, his name is Andy Fox, and he was giving the report of the wind speed at Cape Hatteras. He could not stand up straight or even perpendicular in the hurricane-force winds it was like a wind tunnel. It was hilarious to watch.  You can watch it here and subscribe for it. I bet the WAVY TV 10 got great ratings for this segment and Andy Fox too. He’s a great reporter, and he should stay on WAVY –TV 10.  At least, he had fun. Some reporters were in water. I was waiting for something to grab them and pull under – but she was attractive. I don’t want to see that happened. I have a crush on the reporter now like my local news.

Haunted Collector premieres on SyFy

Have you ever gone to a garage sale, and you found something interesting, and you bought it for no apparently reason? You would think it would look great in your house, then you hear some unexpectedly weird noise in your house. You think it was your spouse, or one of your friends pulling a prank on you, but you were alone in the house.

Have you ever thought it could be haunted, but you lived in a good apartment complex or a good neighbor where nothing ever happened? However, you still get creep out, in your house or an apartment. You have friends over and they seem to get creep out too by some cold spot in your home, and it is in the middle of winter.

However, one thing stands out, the object you brought was causing trouble in the house hold.

Premiering this week is a new series on the Syfy network called in Haunted Collector.

In “Haunted Collector,” cameras follow jack Zaffis as he investigates paranormal activity near and far. It’s different than the old show back in the mid-1980’s and 1990’s. Remember Friday the 13th the TV show. It’s like that but in reality with the paranormal.

The first episode includes a case in Deep River, where they look into unusual occurrences at the public library, built in 1881 as a home for a local ivory magnate.

“A lot of time people pick up old furniture,” Zaffis says, recalling a wardrobe that kids played in and around. “It reached a point they were going to move it, and all kinds of crazy activity broke out in house. It turned out they didn’t want this thing at all.

“I recently worked on a case in a house with 140 dolls. It was a completely bizarre situation, with this woman buying them off the Internet, and now claiming they were haunted. She started having a tremendous amount of activity.”

The object-related theme places him apart from other popular TV investigators such as the “Ghost Hunters,” whose work literally precedes him on the network (with a show at 8 p.m.).

“I’ve been friends with Jason Hawes for 20 years,” Zaffis says of the Rhode Island-based “Ghost Hunter.” “We’ve all worked together appearing on other shows. I’ve had guest appearances on ‘Ghost Hunters’ and ‘Ghost Adventures,’ as well.”

And now he joins the crowd. But are there more hauntings these days, or just more TV shows about them?

“Both,” he says. “Due to the TV shows and some radio shows, there’s more exposure, and people now are not afraid to talk about it the way they were years ago. In other countries, people accept the paranormal more. Here, they shun it. But I’ve seen boundaries come down with lot of people.”

Zaffis’ own interest in the paranormal came as teenager growing up in Stratford.

“It started at 16, seeing at the foot of my bed a ghost or apparition, or whatever you want to call it. I asked my mother and she said, ‘Did he shake his head back and forth?’ And I said yes. She said, ‘that was my father. He wouldn’t say too much. But he would shake his head back and forth.’

“I said that there’s got to be something to all this stuff.”

“When I stared, very few people were doing it,” he says of investigating the paranormal. And research in the pre-Internet days could be pretty difficult: “It wasn’t until TV shows doing it that exploded.”

People began contacting him though a website (www.johnsaffis.com) he established 11 years ago. Today he has a whole team, led by his own adult kids.

“My son, Chris, has been working with me the past couple of years, doing investigations with me, and has shown a little bit of interest in it now that he’s older. My daughter, Aimee, does research for me looking into land, locations and the history of places and items,” Zaffis says. “Two other members of the team are Beth Ezzo, who has been a lead investigator for 10 years now, and we also have Brian Cano, my tech guy.”

The technical items come in handy in identifying electromagnetic fields, pockets of heat and cold and recording devices that may capture the words or actions of the paranormal.

Zaffis was contacted by TV producers just this spring and work on the new show began only in March. Six episodes are being shot for the initial season.

Sometimes the filmed pieces end when he places the items in question into the paranormal “museum” in the barn behind his house, where things, he says, aren’t as full as mayhem as they might sound.

“The funny thing is, I haven’t experienced too much activity there,” Zaffis says. “When I do have people over, a lot of them tell me they do experience something, some kind of activity in the museum.”

But mostly he’s neutralized most of the objects using a set of rituals he’s developed himself, using salts, rites and holy water.

“Some of the things I do are things that have been used for years, other things are different parts of spiritual or religious rituals. The majority of the times, the energy in some of things are done in bindings, things bound into the items. Some of the rites we do break them of that energy.”

Meanwhile, Zaffis says, “I’m hoping people will enjoy [the show] and learn from it.”

One of the primary lessons, he says, is obvious:

“If you’re out antiquing or at garage sales and you see an item and get creeped out by it, don’t buy it, leave it.”

By watching tonight episode it was good and interesting. I would understand why they did not take the gun to authorities. If they have taken it, they would not understand and all hell will break loose. By placing in a special museum, the objects are protected for harming no human. Some people have to be educated to understand about the paranormal world. These guys are professional, and they know what they are doing.

I can wait to see the next episode of  Haunted Collector on Wednesday night at 9pm on  Syfy.

HAUNTED COLLECTOR premieres Wednesday at 9 pm. on Syfy.